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eggslut’s new sandwich ups the gourmet in Japan’s egg sandwich game

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By grape Japan

With Big Slut burgers and an egg sandwich that serves up an entire eel, Los Angeles egg and sandwich specialty store eggslut has been making some pretty been offering some pretty enticing menu options in Japan.

Their new fall menu continues the trend of gourmet egg sandwich options, and it's headlined by a juicy and thick mouthful of a katsu sandwich.

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The new Rare Salmon Cutlet & Porcini Egg Sandwich is essentially a luxury egg and salmon katsu (deep fried cutlet) sandwich. The premium egg sandwich serves up fresh melt-in-your-mouth rare salmon, which is quickly deep fried in a spiced batter and paired with eggslut's signature creamy, fermented butter-scented eggs. The sandwich also features a Dijon mustard and mayonnaise sauce and "secret" porcini paste sauce, savory vegetables, soy-sauce marinated salmon roe, anchovies, fresh cream, and porcini mushrooms. As you can see, it's quite loaded.

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Salmon Gravlax, the classic with aged salmon marinated with beet and egg salad is also part of the new fall menu.

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The dessert options include a new thick homemade pudding arranged as chestnut Mont Blanc.

The pudding is made with premium heirloom eggs, cooked slowly, and topped with European chestnuts and Madagascar vanilla cream. It's accented with sweet and sour dried cranberries and crushed cookies with bittersweet roasted cacao.

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The fall menu will be available at eggslut Japan from September 15 to November 22.

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I can’t say those look very appetizing, but I’d be willing to try them to be proved wrong.

Are the nuggets there for if your courage falters on the sandwiches?

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Big slut !? who chose this name ?

they can’t have known the meaning of the word ‘slut’

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What a perfectly name restaurant to be posted on classy Japan Today!

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Re the name.

This has been discussed not so long ago on this forum.

The name is not a Japanese mis-understanding.

The Eggslut company originated in LA and has franchises around the world.

It's been operating for at least 10 years.

The company stuck with the name as they said no one remembers a boring name.

The term "..........slut" has been around for decades in the foodie/restaurant world, with my earliest recall of it being used as "Chocolate-Slut" to describe a decadently rich chocolate dish.

I personally don't like it's use. It's derogatory baggage in sexual shaming certainly taints it.

I wonder how it'd be if it was called an "Egg-Womanizer" or "Egg-Creep" or an "Egg-Co*k"?

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@browny

My hometown Baltimore on the boardwalk has a Chicken place called Cock of the Walk. They have The Big Co*k. A sandwich with a fried 12oz chicken breast.

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@kyushubil - ha that's funny. But no Big deal when selling roosters-lol.

I recall a take away chicken/steak place in OZ many moons ago called the "C*ck & Bull"

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So they employed a 15 year old schoolboy to come up with the name of their restaurant chain?

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Their food is really good. I could eat their stuff all the time.

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. They have The Big Co*k.

Must go real well

Just imagine if the 2 restaurants were driving distance from each other. I'd have The Big Cok.* then drive over and order the  Big Slut burger.

That would be the only time I would Instagram and Facebook my food.

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I have a bottle of cowpiss and a hot eggslut. Only in Japan.

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They could tone things down a bit by switching to the name Egg-Slattern.

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